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In the last century, many regions of the world transitioned from agricultural to industrial and service economies. Consequently, a large fraction  of the global population no longer feeds itself, but relies on others for its supplies, leading to the emergence of global food supply chains. These supply chains involve countless partners and interfaces, and require highly  advanced logistics that are growing in complexity by the day. However, where there is complication there may be error. And error may lead to harm. These facts have a significant impact on the casualty risk landscape.

Our specialist teams of risk engineers partner with the Swiss Re Institute to ensure our knowledge and expertise of Food industry remains highly relevant and insightful for our clients and brokers. A tool for reaching this goal are our Casualty Risk Trends report, which aim at supporting your underwriting decisions, helping you to focus on the right risks at the right time.

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